SWG3 Gallery,100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow G3 8QG

Sarah Rose: Difficult Mothers

Sarah Rose: Difficult Mothers, installation view at SWG3, 2016

The creation of a space which is awkward to navigate due to the visitors own awareness of the self is by no means accidental, Rose is intentionally creating a heightened sense of self awareness to encourage thoughts around how we all relate to our ecosystems, ourselves and other people as the exhibition text alludes to. Review by Rosie Aspinall Priest

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Grundy Art Gallery, Queen Street, Blackpool FY1 1PU

Mark Leckey: This Kolossal Kat, that Massive Mog

Mark Leckey: This Kolossal Kat, that Massive Mog, installation view at Grundy Gallery, Blackpool

From a giant inflatable moggy slumped against the gallery wall, to a projected animation of a rhythmically flicking black line, this exhibition brings together a number of works made by Mark Leckey over the last nine years that feature the character, and more precisely the tail, of Felix the Cat. Review by Laura Mansfield

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Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL

Martin Creed: What You Find

Installation view, ‘Martin Creed. What You Find’, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2016 © Martin Creed Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Photo: Hugo Glendinning

As he speaks on the exhibition, Creed gives a clear impression that the works created for ‘What You Find’ diversely attempt an artistic investigation into the collision of art and life. Review by Emma Rae Warburton

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Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ


Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Found), 2016

Emma Rae Warburton reviews 'FOUND', an exhibition curated by Cornelia Parker featuring contributions from almost sixty artists alongside items from the Foundling Museum's collection.

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Fundació Gaspar, Carrer de Montcada, 25, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Anthony McCall: Solid Light, Performance and Public Works

Anthony McCall, Circulation Figures, 1972/2011, Room Installation, Fundació Gaspar, Barcelona, Spain.

The show creates a dialogue between McCall’s later and earlier works, from 1972 onward, presenting the artist’s film and installation pieces alongside his works on paper, drawings, schematic diagrams, photographs and projects for open-air spaces. Review by Cassie Davies

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Revue Gallery, 14 Greek Street, London W1D 4DP

Freddy Tuppen: Sous Sol

Sous Sol installation view

Works that exist in the public realm depend upon other factors for their contexts. The artist is forced to relinquish an amount of control, the parameters by which meaning is defined are altered and continue to alter throughout the lifespan of the work. What to think, then, about an immersive installation situated in the former porn-studio basement of a Soho gallery, run by emerging gallerists and functioning as a nightclub for a year? Betsy Porritt reviews

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Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria

Andrea Büttner: Beggars and iPhones

Beggars and iPhones, Installation View

Andrea Büttner’s spatial assemblages, which at first sight seem quite unremarkable, challenge a plethora of certainties and give rise to just as many questions. The position the artwork occupies between the intimate practice of its production and the public practice of its presentation is only one of them.

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Rod Barton, Rue de la Régence, 67 1000 Brussels

Erin Lawlor

Installation View

Erin Lawlor's recent paintings cite visual memories from childhood, the line and form reminiscent of the undefined biomorphic universes of Sendak or dr. Seuss, with a heightened chromatic range that at times seems to verge on the cartoonish or technicolour.

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Various venues, Whitstable, Kent

Whitstable Biennale 2016

 Trish Scott, Study for Medium, 2016, video installation

Part of the 2016 Whitstable Biennale’s success is the totally anachronistic nature of some of its headlining works, showcasing the ability of the festival to be both site-specific and completely unplaced. Review by Betsy Porritt

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Gavin Brown's enterprise, 439 W. 127th Street, New York

Ed Atkins

Ed Atkins, Ribbons, installation view at Gavin Brown's enterprise

Atkins has forged an extremely successful career by inserting various, slippery versions of his CGI ‘self’ bang at the centre of his operatically layered video works. It’s a trademark that’s as awkwardly, brain-crushingly present as ever in his current show at Gavin Brown’s new space in a former distillery in Harlem. Review by Helena Haimes

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Lisson Gallery, 27 Bell Street, London NW1 5BU

Cory Arcangel: currentmood

Cory Arcangel, currentmood. Installation view

Clickbait and regurgitated imagery, freely ripped, hacked and manipulated by Cory Arcangel, uniformly fill Lisson Gallery in his latest solo exhibition ‘currentmood’. William Davie reviews

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Various locations, London

Block Universe

Jesse Darling and Raju Rage, Let Them Eat Cake ----  May One Without Hunger Lift the First Knife, Kachette, 2016.

Bryony White selects her highlights from Block Universe and interviews Louise O'Kelly about the challenges and opportunities in curating the festival.

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